What ships have 2 bathrooms

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  1. Kontos

    Kontos Mouseketeer

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    Hello everyone,

    My family is looking at branching out but our only experience was on the Disney Wonder where we had a deluxe inside room with the 2 half bathrooms.

    Was wondering what other ships and cruise lines have these type of rooms without having to shell out for a suite etc. We were looking at the Norwegian Bliss but I couldn't find any of their inside rooms having 2 bathrooms.

    TIA
     
  2. hdrolfe

    hdrolfe DIS Veteran

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    I know Carnival has a deluxe outside on Magic, Breeze, Dream, Horizon and Vista that has a full bath plus a half bath with a tub & sink. They don't have balconies but do have a window. I don't think anything other than a suite on RCL would have two bathrooms though. Not sure about NCL as I haven't yet cruised on them.
     
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  4. mom2rose&john

    mom2rose&john DIS Veteran

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    RC Mariner and a few others have Panoramic Ocean View Suites with one full bath and a half bath.
     
  5. Denise W

    Denise W Disney Veteran

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    I hated the split bathrooms on DCL because they were much too small. If I was taking a shower and had to use the toilet, I had to change bathrooms. The ones on RCCL are good sized, even though they aren't split.
    Denise
     
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    I seemed to be in the minority with the same opinion about DCL's split baths. I don't want to have to pee in one bathroom, then move to the other to shower.
     
  7. nkereina

    nkereina Last chance to lose your keys.

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    True, but when you're a family of four and someone is showering and you have to pee, the split bathroom comes in handy. It also allows two people to get ready at once. So I can see the pros and cons of it.

    For the OP, I was always under the impression that the split bathroom design was unique to Disney. I don't know if you'll find that same set-up on other lines, aside from the suites and deluxe rooms mentioned.
     

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